Emerging middle forward Patrick Carrigan has committed to the Brisbane Broncos until the end of the 2024 season.
The 23-year-old Queenslander – who has made 46 NRL appearances since making his debut in Round 5, 2019 – was already committed to the Broncos until the end of 2022 and has extended for another two years.
The Easts Tigers junior has captained the Broncos 12 times and was selected in the extended Queensland squad for the victorious 2020 State Of Origin series.
Carrigan was a joint winner last season of both the Paul Morgan Medal for Broncos player of the year, as well as the Players’ Player Award, alongside Payne Haas.
He is also working hard off the field, completing a bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy at the University Of Queensland, having been school captain of Brisbane’s Gregory Terrace College in his senior year.
Broncos football and performance director Ben Ikin was elated to keep the Broncos young gun.
“I’m very happy Pat chose to extend his stay at the Brisbane Broncos. He’s been in our system for a long time and is highly regarded by everyone at the club," Ikin said.
Carrigan is the latest in a long list of Broncos talent to re-commit to the club this year, joining Kotoni Staggs, Tesi Niu, Selwyn Cobbo, Brendan Piakura, TC Robati, Xavier Willison, Jordan Riki, Kobe Hetherington and Keenan Palasia – in addition to new signings for the upcoming season, headlined by Adam Reynolds, Kurt Capewell and Ryan James.